All new projects MUST be intiated by completing a request form below or by contacting Bill Goodman, Director of Multimedia and Brand Design. Please do not approach graphic designers in their workspace to discuss new projects. This is disruptive to workflow.
Schools, divisions and departments can work with us in a number of ways to create effective and engaging visual elements. Sometimes we merely provide guidance and brand approval for self-designed elements, or, most often, we own the design process and produce everything from department text treatments and iconography, to large-scale campaign or event branding like posters, banners, t-shirts, etc.
Whether we take the lead with your design needs or support you as you create your own elements, we’re ready to help you bring your visual communications to life in a way that effectively promotes your initiative while appropriately representing the Atlanta Public Schools brand.
Download and read the Atlanta Public Schools Style Guide + Brand Standards to familiarize yourself with our standards and best practices before creating your own collateral elements. Please submit all collateral to Bill Goodman, Director of Multimedia Design, for brand approval at email@example.com. You can also view and download templates and logos from the link list on the left side of this screen.
View and Download the APS Style Guide + Brand Standards here. (Update pending)If you require graphic design assistance for special projects, please refer to the project timeline below, and complete the online Graphic Design Request Form here.The Multimedia Design team respectfully asks that you do not approach designers at their desks to initiate projects or provide feedback to prevent disruptions to their work on other projects.Please Note: All submitted copy for use in design projects must be final and approved by your department head.First drafts will take a minimum of five business days after all approved content is submitted by your department, however, during the months of June, July, September and October the delivery time for a first draft will be ten business days due to the high volume of projects. Your feedback is required within 48 hours of your receipt of the first draft.This timeline does not include printing or production time. Please plan accordingly.